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CSCS, OSAT, IPAF, PASMA, asbestos, risk assessment etc.

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    Default Another Day, another course.....


    Coming to a site near you.

    Just spent the day doing a PASMA course for Alloy Tower Scaffolds
    http://pasma.org.uk/public/pasma-training.jsp

    Only been putting them up for 20yrs, nearly right at that, for all that it was a good course and learnt a couple of good tips.

    Another one I am going to have to do is IPAF http://www.ipaf.org/
    These are now being asked for on the commercial/Industrial jobs we do.

    There's a course for Steps and ladders
    I wonder how long before there's a course for Hammer training

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    Don't laugh, I did a government job a couple of years ago at an atomic war engineering facility and one of the idiots in charge stopped me working and asked if I had been shown how to put my dust mask on correctly!
    "YOUR PRIUS JUST SAVED ALL THE PETROL MY MUSTANG USED!"

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    Why am I not surprised at that

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    I once had some health and safety training where they told me to always lift with my knees..... by lunchtime I had discovered it's so much easier with your hands
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    hahahaha
    Quote Originally Posted by amestaper View Post
    I once had some health and safety training where they told me to always lift with my knees..... by lunchtime I had discovered it's so much easier with your hands

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    We will soon be sent on courses on "How to eat your sandwiches correctly". I mean it........

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